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1 oz Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coin (Random Year)

As low as $3.59 per oz over spot!

The Royal Canadian Mint’s official silver bullion coin is the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coin. It was first introduced in 1979 and has quickly become one of the most popular North American coins in the entire world just behind the...... Read More

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1-24 $27.92 $28.21 $29.08
25-99 $27.62 $27.91 $28.77
100-499 $27.32 $27.60 $28.46
500+ $26.92 $27.20 $28.04

2024 1 oz Canadian Silver Treasured Maple Leaf Congratulations Privy Coin (New w/ Assay)

Fans of the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf series will be thrilled with these 2024 1 oz Canadian Silver Treasured Maple Leaf Congratulations Privy Coins. These coins boast a unique fireworks privy and are among the first to feature the King Charles III effigy. Secure your order today, at BullionMax. Coin Highlights: Ships in a se... Read More

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1+ $54.62 $55.19 $56.90
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2024 1 oz Canadian Silver Treasured Maple Leaf Polar Bear Privy Coin (New w/ Assay)

Be one of the first to own the 2024 1 oz Canadian Silver Treasured Maple Leaf Polar Bear Privy Coin, featuring King Charles III. This unique coin, with a limited mintage of just 25,000, showcases a special polar bear privy. Secure yours today by ordering from BullionMax. Coin Highlights: Arrives in a sealed blisterpack with an assay certificate! 36th in the Cana... Read More

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1+ $54.62 $55.19 $56.90
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1/4 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf (Random Year, BU)

As low as $83.19 per coin over spot!

There are a lot of gold bullion products in the precious metals industry but none have quite the prestige and resume like the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coin. It is a strong investment option from the Royal Mint of Canada that has continued to intrigue investors... Read More

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1-19 $612.18 $618.56 $637.69
20-39 $609.68 $616.03 $635.08
40+ $607.18 $613.50 $632.48

2022 1/4 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin (BU)

Any quantity available for $92.73 per coin over spot!

Discover the timeless beauty of the 2022 1/4 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins, a true testament to the enduring legacy of the renowned Canadian Maple Leaf series. As one of the first fractional-ounce coins introduced in the series, these exquisite coins hold a special place in the hearts of collectors and investors. Take action now ... Read More

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1+ $616.72 $623.14 $642.42

1/2 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin (Random Year)

The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin is the official gold bullion coin of Canada that debuted in 1979 and became the second bullion coin to be made for private investors and collectors. It is by far the Royal Mint’s most successful coin and is a healthy competitor to the American Gold Eagle coin series. Today, BullionMax is happy to present to you the 1/2 oz Canadian Gold M... Read More

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1-9 $1,218.16 $1,230.85 $1,268.92
10-19 $1,208.16 $1,220.74 $1,258.50
20+ $1,198.16 $1,210.64 $1,248.08

1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin (Random Year, .9999 Pure)

As low as $54.69 per oz over spot!

The Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin is one of the most iconic gold bullion coins to enter the precious metals industry. It debuted in 1979 as the second-ever gold bullion coin ever made accessible to private investors. To date, it is extremely popular and enjoys... Read More

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1-9 $2,165.63 $2,188.19 $2,255.86
10-19 $2,160.63 $2,183.14 $2,250.66
20-99 $2,155.63 $2,178.08 $2,245.45
100+ $2,150.63 $2,173.03 $2,240.24
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2023 1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin (BU)

As low as $71.59 per oz over spot!

When it comes to popular gold coins for sale, it is hard to beat the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf. Introduced in 1979, it stands among the strongest gold bullion collections in the world besides the likes of the Gold Eagle, Gold Panda, Gold Britannia, and Gold Kangaroo. Right now, 2023 1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins are available to... Read More

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1-9 $2,182.53 $2,205.26 $2,273.47
10-19 $2,177.53 $2,200.21 $2,268.26
20-99 $2,172.53 $2,195.16 $2,263.05
100+ $2,167.53 $2,190.11 $2,257.84

2021 1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin (BU)

Any quantity available for $99.39 per oz over spot!

The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin is one of the most recognizable gold bullion coins to hail from The Royal Canadian Mint. It was first issued in 1979 and holds the title of one of the longest-running programs in the entire world despite the stiff competition from different nations, including the United States of America. Today, Bull... Read More

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1 oz Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf Coin (Random Year)

The Canadian Maple Leaf Coin was first introduced in 1979 by the Royal Canadian Mint. It has since become one of the most popular bullion coins on the planet with gold, silver and platinum variations. The platinum option has grown in demand amongst investors and collectors as of recent because of the growing popularity facing platinum bullion. Today, BullionMax is happy to... Read More

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2024 1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin (MintID, AES-128 Encrypted)

2024 brings a significant change to the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf series as King Charles III graces the obverse for the first time, breaking away from the tradition of Queen Elizabeth II. Secure your 2024 1 oz Canadian Gold Maple...... Read More

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2024 1/10 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Sheet (40 Coins, BU)

Introducing the remarkable 2024 1/10 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Sheets, marking a significant change for the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Series. Since its inception in 1979, the series has undergone various alterations, from enhanced security features to updated monarch portraits. However, the transformation witnessed in 2024 is truly unprecedented. Now available for purchas... Read More

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2024 1/2 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Sheet (10 Coins, BU)

Introducing the 2024 Canadian Gold Maple Leafs at BullionMax! This release from the Royal Canadian Mint is special as it showcases His Majesty King Charles III for the first time on the obverse of Gold Maple Leafs. Not only is it a change in the monarch's portrait, but it's also the first-ever switch in monarchs on the obverse of these bullion coins. Grab your 2024 1/2 oz ... Read More

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About the Canadian maple leaf series

The Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) is quite possibly the most advanced coin manufacturing facility on the planet. They’ve taken great pains to introduce anti-counterfeiting and security features into their gold and silver maple leaf coins. Both gold and silver maple leafs are minted in 0.9999 pure metal, some ten times more pure than many comparable bullion coins. 

Thanks to their advanced features and high purity, Canadian maple leaf coins are among the most recognized and widely-traded precious metal coins on the market. 

Anti-counterfeiting features

The Royal Canadian Mint has pioneered a number of advances in minting that both frustrate counterfeiters and give buyers great confidence in their coins. Specifically, the RCM has pioneered the following technologies:

  • BullionDNA(™): A proprietary technology jointly developed by the RCM and Arjo Solutions. Essentially, each coin is scanned at a microscopic level and its specific characteristics, as unique as a fingerprint, are added to a central database maintained by the RCM. Any coin dealer with a Bullion DNA scanning device can authenticate a 2014+ gold or 2015+ silver maple leaf in seconds. 
  • Precisely-machined radial lines: The traditional bullion finish has been replaced with radial lines, precisely machined to within microns. The uniqueness of the line width and pitch create a light-diffracting pattern specific to each coin. Added to all gold and silver maple leaf coins dated 2015+.
  • Micro-engraving: A laser-micro-engraved textured maple leaf was added on a small area of the reverse (tails, or maple leaf) side of the coin. In the center of this mark is the numeral denoting the coin's year of issue, which is only visible under magnification. This feature is present on all gold and silver maple leafs minted 2013+.

The Canadian silver maple leaf

In the years since its first mintage in 1988, the Royal Canadian Mint’s silver maple leaf coin has arguably become the most secure silver bullion coin in the world. Its anti-counterfeiting features incorporated into every coin and its “four nines fine” (0.9999) silver purity have made it an incredibly secure and globally popular choice for silver bullion buyers. 

The silver maple leaf is nearly always minted in the 1 oz weight. Each is official legal tender in Canada, with a face value of CAD$5.

Historically, some silver maple leaf coins developed a milky-white blemish during minting (this happens when cleaning detergent is left on the coin when it goes into the annealing furnace). These “milk spots” didn’t affect the coin’s value, but they just didn’t look nice. In 2018, the RCM introduced MINTSHIELD, a surface protection technology that prevents these blemishes from appearing.

Larger quantities of silver maple leaf coins are shipped from the RCM in semi-transparent plastic tubes with a yellow cap that contain 25 coins each. Royal Canadian Mint monster boxes of silver maple leafs are usually bright yellow, and contain 20 tubes, or 500 coins each. 

The Canadian silver maple leaf coin’s design

The silver maple leaf coin’s obverse (heads) side always displays a profile of Queen Elizabeth II. Depending on the year of issue, three different representations of the Queen have been used:

  • 1988 – 1989: Portrait by Arnold Machin
  • 1990 – 2003: Portrait by Dora de Pédery-Hunt
  • 2004 – Present: Portrait by Susanna Blunt.

The reverse (tails) side of the silver maple leaf doesn’t change (beyond the security features we described above). The classic Walter Ott engraving of an incredibly realistic maple leaf has been featured every year since 1988. 

The Canadian maple leaf gold coin

The gold maple leaf was introduced in 1979, becoming the world’s second modern gold bullion coin (and the first to be made of pure gold). At the time, the only competing modern gold coin was the Krugerrand, which wasn’t available worldwide because of economic boycotts of apartheid-era South Africa. The first gold maple leafs were minted in 1 oz weights only.

Then, in 1982, the RCM introduced fractional gold maple leafs in 1/4 oz and 1/10 oz weights. A half-ounce maple leaf joined the family in 1986, a 1/20 oz in 1993 and (a real oddball) a 1/15 oz maple leaf was minted in 1994 only. 

Since 2014, the Royal Canadian Mint regularly issues gold maple leaf coins every year in the following weights:

  • 1 oz
  • 1/2 oz
  • 1/4 oz
  • 1/10 oz
  • 1/20 oz
  • 1 gram (or 0.0321507 troy oz to be pedantic)

You’ll almost never see the 1/10 oz and smaller weights for sale, because they’re incredibly popular and affordable to a wider range of collectors. 

The design of the Canadian maple leafs

Both gold and silver maple leaf coins share a number of design characteristics (again, separate from the anti-counterfeiting elements listed above). These are: 

  • A portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse
  • Also on the obverse, Her Majesty’s title, the coin’s face value and year of mintage
  • Walter Ott’s iconic maple leaf design on the reverse (as on platinum and palladium maple leaf coins as well!) 
  • On the reverse you’ll see CANADA, the coin’s purity (usually 0.9999), FINE GOLD/SILVER, the coin’s weight, followed by the same in French: OR/ARGENT PUR
  • Reeded edges

All in all, Canadian maple leaf coins are an outstanding addition to any collection.